It’s here, what you’ve all been waiting for, the final episode for the year, our 2017 list extravaganza. For a little warm up we have the biggest news stories of the year, followed by Chris’s top ten movie recommendations and Top ten Trump moments. Rounding it all out is a look into the year from Netflix.
Welcome welcome one and all to the most illustrious of episodes, not one, but two special guests, to bring you the biggest stories of the week! Australia’s new space agency, Star Trek Discovery, NFL Trump scandals, and Russian cannibals.
This week we’re covering everything from the latest technology at WWDC to the trouble Qatar is having with other nations in the Middle East. Wonder Woman is taking theatres by storm while the crisis in the Philipines continues.
This week we look at the small good stories that came out of the horror of the Manchester attack starting with the homeless heroes. We also look at the attack on a city in the Philippines, and what’s lead to it. In lighter news we look at rebel Wilson in court, the new game of thrones trailer and Yassmin Magied loses her show.
This week we answer the ultimate question, the universe and everything. Well we should have, but instead we talk about Trump leaking to the Russians, Sean the shark humper, Emmanuel Macron beating Marine Le Pen in France. We also talk house prices and the 60 mins jerk Tim Gurner, and Eurovision false flag prank.
This week we look at the Pepsi ad controversy and new Syrian war crimes. For lighter news we take on Rick and Morty, Netflix’ 13 Reasons Why and the best April Fools jokes on the internet.
What a week for women! We’ve had International Women’s Day, street lights that assume your gender, and Emma Watson dropping the all for feminists everywhere?? To celebrate we’ve got four dudes on, including the most special of guests, the infamous Mr. Nick Khoo. We also talk the latest out of Wikileaks, Trump tweets and Beauty and the Beast.
NASA finds 7 earths around one star, Uber struggles, Iceland’s presidents pineapple vendetta, most feared countries and Matt Damon’s Great Wall.